U.S. Department of State

As Israel escalates its offensive, U.S. diplomats are being discouraged from publicly using three phrases that would urge calm.
The United States has shuttered its embassy in Sudan as fighting between the Sudanese army and a rival powerful paramilitary group entered a second week.
A former diplomat has been on a years-long quest to get answers about a sexual harassment allegation against a top State Department nominee, and several Biden appointees have filed Equal Employment Opportunity complaints.
As progressives renew their push for tougher conditions on U.S. aid to Israel, the actions of a Republican president could be a roadmap.
Gina Abercrombie-Winstanley is the first ever chief diversity and inclusion officer at an agency notorious for discrimination and wrecked by a racist president.
The secretary of state lumped multiculturalism in with "woke-ism" as agents of U.S. downfall.
The president-elect reiterated his pledge of 125,000 slots for refugees seeking to resettle in the U.S., striking a very different tone from Trump.
Now desperate, the U.S. is accepting face masks, gowns and gloves airlifted from China.
The official government page was updated to tout Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's speech on his faith.
The president appeared to say he has also driven on the wrong side of the road in a foreign country.